# NAVODAYA MODEL PAPER SET B IN ENGLISH FOR CLASS 6 JNVST

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### SECTION - II ARITHMETIC TEST

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A shopkeeper earns a profit of Rs.16 for each item by selling 15 items. If a commodity is sold at a profit of Rs. 17 for each item sold, how much rupee is the profit of the final item ?

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Which of the following pairs is in descending order -

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Find the largest number by which to divide 47, 53 and 65, then 5 remaining in each ?

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What would be the simplest form of 2.25 ?

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What is the number of common factors of 21, 49 and 91 ?

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If you sell an item for Rs 336, there is a loss of 16%, then how much money will the item have to sell to get 10% profit ?

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Mohan borrowed Rs. 2500 from the bank at the rate of 8% simple interest. How much money will he return to the bank after 5 years ?

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The sum of two numbers is 197, if the difference between those two numbers is 25, what is the smallest number among them ?

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The number obtained from the sum of two odd numbers

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7 men do a work in 12 days, then how many men will be need to do the same work in 4 days ?

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What will be the next term of 9, 25, 49, 81, ......... ?

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The radius of a circular ground is 24 meters, how many meters will Dev have to run to make two rounds of the field ?

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17% of what money will be Rs. 68 ?

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What is the percentage of 150 meter in 2 km ?

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After studying carefully the diagram given below out of 100 marks obtained by different students in an examination and answer the question given below -

Q. The percentage of marks scored by Alok is what percent more than the score by Rajat ?

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What will be the decimal form of -

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What will be the value of 1/8 X 2.5 of 200

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The following picture shows the number of bananas sold in four days by a fruit seller -

If the fruit seller still had 25 dozen bananas left, how many dozen bananas did he initially have ?

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The difference between the 1/4th part of a number and the th part is 5, so what is that number ?

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The numbers 4967 and 9444 to the round off nearest hundred, the numbers are -

### SECTION - III LANGUAGE TESTPassage - 1

In the 150th year of Gandhi Jayanti, two illustrated books have appeared on Gandhiji. One is named "Bapu Ki Paati" and the other is titled "Ek Tha Mohan". The author of both these books is Mr. Sopan Joshi. And book has been painted by Mr. Somesh Kumar and published by ITM University, Gwalior (MP). Both of these books are unique in their own way from the books published earlier on Gandhiji. There are forty small chapters in Ek Tha Mohan, all have different messages of Gandhiji hidden in the title, while in the second book Bapu Ki Paati, there is a collection of Bapu's biography, thoughts, principles and life episodes.

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Who made the pictures in both the books ?

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What does it mean to publish ?

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In which book is Gandhiji's Principles ?

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"Ek Tha Mohan" is hidden in the chapters of the books-

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Which University published the book "Bapu Ki Paati" ?

### Passage - 2

Add a little curd to the milk, then the whole milk gradually turns into curd. Similarly, fruits and vegetables kept for long time rot. Sometimes we suddenly get sick. Do you know why this happens ? There are different types of animals on our earth - animals such as trees, elephants, humans, fish, birds, ants. All these are visible to us with eyes. We call them large organisms (macro organisms). But there are some creatures that we cannot see with naked eyes, we need microscopes to see such creatures. So we call them microorganisms. These microbes are also the cause of making milk curd, rotting substances and making us sick.

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Why do fruits and vegetables rot ?

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What is the meaning of living world ?

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What is a microorganism organism ?

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Who is under the microscope to see

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We can see macro organisms -

### Passage - 3

You must have read or heard about Sea. One such Sea is the "Dead Sea" which is considered a wonder because of its many characteristics. It lies between Israel and Jordan countries of the continent of Asia. You must be wondering why it is called Dead Sea? Actually its water is very salty. One kilo of water contains about 200 grams of salt. Due to the high amount of mineral salts like potash, bromite, magnesium, zinc, sulfur, neither this water is drinkable nor the salt present in it can be used. Due to the high concentration of salt, fish or other aquatic organisms cannot survive in its water and aquatic plants also do not thrive. That is why it is named "Dead Sea".

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In which continent is the Dead Sea located ?

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Why is it called the Dead Sea ?

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According to the article, about what percentage of salt is found in the water of this ocean ?

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What type of water does a fish need to survive?

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"Its water is very salty." The word "salty" in this sentence is -

### Passage - 4

Different crops have different seasons to grow. Soil, rain, light, heat etc. affect the growth and yield of crops. Crops vary depending on the season. Like the first Kharif season crop, it is planted during the monsoon season (June-July) and harvesting takes place in October-November. Major crops are paddy, maize, moong, urad, jowar, sugarcane, cotton etc. The second Ravi season crop is planted in the winter season (October – November), in March – April. And the main crops harvested are wheat, gram, peas, mustard etc. The third Zayd is the season crop, it is planted in the month of February and harvesting takes place in the months of March to May. The major crops are melon, watermelon, cucumber, sunflower, groundnut etc.

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Factors affecting the growth and production of crops are -

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What are the types of crops according to the season ?

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In which month is the Rabi season crop sown ?

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Zayed crop is -

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The synonym for the word "yield" is -